Ready to set up an S corporation? You may be interested in one of our S corporation kits.
We publish two do-it-yourself S corporation kits for all fifty states.
Most small businesses should use the LLC version of the S corporation kit for their state. And this kit includes complete instructions for setting up an LLC (which the business owner will use as a platform for their S corporation) as well as instructions for obtaining an employer identification number from the Internal Revenue Service and for electing Subchapter S status for the LLC.
If a business owner doesn’t want to use an LLC as his or her platform, he or she can use the corporation version of the S corporation for their state. This “flavor” of the kit includes complete instructions for setting up a traditional corporation (becomes the S corporation platform), the steps for obtaining a federal employer identification number, and the steps for electing Subchapter S status.
Priced at $37.95, available for instant download, and sold with a money-back guarantee, these do-it-yourself incorporation kits represent a fast easy way to get your S corporation formed and operation.
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How to Continue Your Research
If you’re still at the research stage of forming an S corporation, can we suggest two rich sources of background information? First, enter “S corporation” into the search box shown in the upper right corner of each page at this blog and then press Enter. You’ll get a listing of the blog posts and pages we’ve written up to help people like you set up an S corporation.
Second, we also publish a niche-y taxation website that’s all about S corporations, S Corporations Explained. Its FAQ page answers dozens of common questions about S corporations.